A cyclist was taken to hospital after his bicycle was in a collision with a car.
Emergency services were called to Polepark Road at 1pm on Monday to reports of a road traffic accident between a car and a 50-year-old man on a bike.
At least three police cars and an ambulance went to the scene and officers were seen interviewing members of the public who had witnessed what happened.
The cyclist’s injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.
However, witnesses reported seeing blood on the road.
One onlooker, who asked not to be named, said police and ambulance crews descended on the scene soon after the collision.
He said: “Someone came up to me and asked if I had seen what happened.
“I looked out and there were police and ambulances outside.
“There was someone on the ground too, I think it was a man. It was directly across from the park area – there was blood on the ground.
“The person was taken away in an ambulance – it didn’t look good.
“I heard it was a car crash but I couldn’t see any cars on the road, just the police cars and the ambulance.
“There were a good few people gathered around while it was going on.
“The police were there for a while. They stopped people going down the road for a bit and then they directed traffic for a while.
“I think they were there for about an hour.
“I hope that everyone involved is OK. It’s not something you want to see outside your house.”
Another witness added: “There was quite a police presence on Polepark Road just after 1.30pm.
“When I arrived the cyclist was getting treatment in the back of the ambulance.
“Police seemed to be asking people in the area if they had seen anything in connection with what had happened.”
A spokesman for the police said: “Police Scotland attended Polepark Road, Dundee, shortly after 1pm yesterday, in response to a road traffic collision.
“A car and bicycle were involved in a collision, which resulted in the 50-year-old male cyclist being taken to hospital.
“His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.”